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  1. 21 de fev. de 2020 · Ambrose was born in around 1530 and was the fourth son of John Dudley, Duke of Northumberland, and his wife, Lady Jane Guildford. Like his father and brother, Robert Dudley, Earl of Leicester, Ambrose was an influential Tudor man. In 1549, during Kett’s Rebellion, Ambrose served alongside his father in putting down the rebellion.

  2. 2 de jun. de 2023 · Ambrose Dudley was born 1649 in Lower Norfolk, VA, and died 1715 in VA. He was the son of 2. Col. Richard Dudley and 3. Mary Seawell. Lived in Lower Norfolk County, Virginia. Member of Vestry of Kingston Parish, Glouchester County, VA (Mobjack Bay) (1667). Served as Justice of Peace in Glouchester County, VA (1699).

  3. English Aristocracy. Born the son of John Dudley, 1st Duke of Northumberland and Jane Guildford. He served with his father in repressing the Norfolk rebellion of 1549, and was knighted as a result. When Edward VI died young, he joined with his father and brothers in a plan to supplant Mary and place Jane Grey, his...

  4. 25 de jul. de 2011 · Ambrose Dudley was a British artist and illustrator. The trial of Christian and Faithful from The Pilgrim’s Progress, illustrated by Ambrose Dudley Robert Ambrose Dudley was born in 1867* in Kensington, London, the second son of the painter and illustrator Robert Charles Dudley and his wife Amelia. Little is known about his early years, although […]

  5. Ambrose Dudley is the author of The Pilgrim's Progress (4.04 avg rating, 135914 ratings, 4556 reviews, published 1678), Sleeping Beauty (3.90 avg rating,...

  6. AMBROSE DUDLEY, Earl of Warwick (1528?-1590), born about 1528, was fourth son of John Dudley , created Earl of Warwick early in 1514, and Duke of Northumberland in 1551. Like all his brothers, he was carefully educated, and Roger Ascham speaks of him as manifesting high intellectual attainments.

  7. Ambrose Dudley was born the fourth son of John Dudley, Duke of Northumberland, and his wife, Lady Jane Guildford. Ambrose came from an exceptionally large family; he had twelve siblings. The family were renowned for their Protestant zeal: Ambrose’s sister, the Countess of Huntingdon, promoted her Protestantism by opening a school in the north of England for young gentry women. Among her ...